Poll: Do You Travel En Femme?

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I love to travel – and one of the things I love most about traveling is the opportunity to reinvent myself.

Whether I’m in an exotic spot like Bangkok or Cairo – or am exploring a new city closer to home – it’s a chance to see the world and myself with fresh eyes.

Needless to say, traveling is the perfect opportunity to crossdress or unleash your femme self away from the routine and expectations of home.

So I’d love to know …

Do you travel en femme?

Please take my poll and share your femme travel adventures (or dreams) below!

Love,
Lucille

Do you travel en femme?

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  1. I live 24/7/365 since May 01, 2009 and have flown several times enfemme both before my legal name change, I also have all my ID now including my passport as female with exception of my birth cert.
    I’m also very fortunate in that all the family we have left fully accept and support my change and so far to the best of my knowledge I have yet to lose one friend because of my transition. I volunteer at a local state park working in the gift shop at the visitors center. There are only three people at the park, close friends who know my history the rest plus the visitors I come in contact with don’t have a clue, I swim and snorkel coming in contact with many people in the park as well, I belong to a bowling league with 40 bowlers, men and women of all ages and there are about a half dozen who are close enough friends to know, to best of my knowledge the rest have no idea, by the same token this group is more like a big family than a league.
    Last but least I’m shortly going to fly to Barbados to meet a 3 yr online friend from Accra Ghana with the intention of bringing her home to Florida with me as my Wife.
    So yes I travel/fly as a female and my life is happy and full of Joy.

    Patti

  2. Yearly twice on two occasions I go outside and stay as a woman for almost one week or so. It is on the occasion of attending the Chamaya Vilakku Festival in Kerala and Koovagam Festival in Tamilnadu. Once I reach that Place till I come back even during sleep in the night times I stay as a woman only. During that time I wear sareers, chudidar, nighties and including lingerie every thing is feminine. I give least importance to make up. I look feminine naturally by my very appearance. I have a very long hair. That is an added asset for me. I need not wear an wig.

  3. Hello, this is my first post,
    My best feminine assets are the buttocks, breasts, yes, I agree with you and I think in order to get the belly of the feminine must take some other things, deleted some meals daily and keep breakfast and compensate for it to eat a lot of fruits and vegetables and drinking fluids, with exercise or replaced by walking, I do this.

  4. Lucille, right now I am getting ready for a convention mid-state WA. I was just thinking how much fun it would be to go ‘en femme’ but of course it’s not possible. However, I am taking some of my personal skin essentials.

  5. I already commented, but another thing occurred to me which I would like to share. Some years back, while I still legally had a male name, I renewed my passport with a slightly femme photo. When entering Victoria, British Columbia, at the ferry landing, completely en femme, the Canadian inspector didn’t even blink. He did, however, remind me that I had forgotten to sign my passport. That was no problem, I just signed right on the spot (old name of course). It probably happens frequently. I had a lovely day shopping, strolling about, having lunch, the usual tourist stuff. Even got a compliment (Be still, my heart!). Returning to the US, once again, no problem at the entry, even with male name and (hopefully) female appearance. So, take heart.

    Joan

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